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Blackout (2003) Season 1 Episode 118- Spaced Out Cartoon Episode Guide Blackout

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  • Spaced Out Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: Cartoon Network Europe
  • Cartoon Characters: George Martin, Monica Martin, Benjamin Martin, Betty Martin, Gran, Ms. Schuman, Bobby Schuman, Boris Malakoff, Guy, Fax, Goodfgrief.
  • Originally Released in 2003.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • France  France / Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:


On that particular day, Monica reproaches George for neglecting her. Shameful! George is so wrought up over her remark that he doesn't pay attention to the products he is handling. The station is immediately awash with an unbreathable gas! There is no hiding place except in the subterranean tunnels... The station inhabitants organize their lives underground, in the dark, the hunger, the proximity! To top it all off, regularly timed grunts terrify the entire camp! If Benjamin finds the whole thing wildly exciting, not everyone shares in his excitement. All of a sudden, in a bend of the tunnel appears Ricardo Mascarpone! He is one of the station's construction workers, left behind by Krach Industries at the end of the project. He isn't complaining, he feels at home here. Thanks to him and his intimate knowledge of the station's workings, the gas is evacuated. And now, Ms Schuman has an underground gentleman caller.

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